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Let's say there's an English Language Questionnaire and an English Usage Questionnaire (I want them to be italicized), and I want to refer to them together, by name. What should I use:

The English Language and English Usage questionnaires are...

The English Language and English Usage Questionnaires are...

The English Language Questionnaire and the English Usage Questionnaire are...

Or something else? If it makes a difference, note that by this point in my paper I have already described each of them separately, so the reader has seen both of these names before.

PS: Feel free to edit the title, as I had no idea how to ask this in one line.

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The English Language and English Usage questionnaires are ... GOOD

The English Language and English Usage Questionnaires are ... BAD

The English Language Questionnaire and the English Usage Questionnaire are ... VERY GOOD

That's all.

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Besides Elberich's excellent suggestions, you could consider:

The questionnaires on English Language and English Usage are...

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